Not to name drop, but e-Hazard has worked with some of the most recognizable companies on the planet. But size doesn't matter to us - we are happy to help small companies to some of the biggest brands in the world. Below is a list of just some our clients, by industry, for you to review. We look forward to adding your company to our growing list of satisfied clients.
Over the years, e-Hazard has been privileged to help numerous manufacturers around the world achieve their electrical safety goals. Here is just a sample of those companies we've worked with.
Alcoa, Bayer, Coca-Cola, DuPont Personal Protection, ESPN Zone, Fedex, GPK Products, Honda of America, Honeywell, Intel, John Deere Seeding Group, Kellogg's Snacks, Milliken, Overhead Door, Papa Johns, Salisbury, Starbucks, and Toyota.
For more than a decade, we have provided training classes for dozens of electrical contractors throughout North America. Here's a list of just some of the clients we've worked with.
Allison-Smith Company; Big Rivers Electric Corporation; Corbins Electric; Electronic Cable Specialists; Franklin Electric; Huston Electric; PierCon Solutions, LLC; Prime Power & Communications, LLC; Valley Electric, and Zorko Electric Inc.
e-Hazard has trained hundreds of utility workers from all over the world. Here is a sample of some of the utilities we've worked with since 2004.
Alliant Energy, Bangor Hydro-Electric Co., Chevron's Carter Creek Gas Plant, GE Energy, Los Angeles Dept of Water and Power, Pacific Power, San Antonio Water System, Seattle Public Utilities, Tampa Electric Company, and Texas Genco.
We have trained and worked with thousands of government employees working around electricity. Below is a small sample of the cities and departments where we have trained staff members.
City of Ann Arbor, City of Phoenix, County of San Diego, Idaho Dept. of Transportation, Memphis City Schools, Port of Seattle, State of Louisiana, Tucson Water, Utah Transit Authority, Village of Glenview, and Washington State Department of Labor.
It is an honor to work with those who serve the United States in the Armed Forces. Here are a few branches we've worked with over the last decade.
Aerospace Testing Alliance, Bechtel Bettis, NASSCO, United States Army, United States Marines, United States Navy, United States Air Force, and US Army Corps of Engineers.
Knowledge is power. We have worked with technical schools, colleges, and universities from coast to coast, increasing knowledge about electrical safety. Below is a sampling of those institutes of higher learning we have helped.
Building Trades Institute, Colorado College, Duke University, Institute for Safety in Powerline Construction, Oklahoma State University, Purdue University, Texas State University, University of Idaho, and University of Michigan.
Not a giant corporation? Not a problem. Here's a sample list of the consultants and insurance agencies that e-Hazard has worked with since 2004. What can we do for you?
Canada Training Group; Crane Aerospace; Environmental Safety and Health Inc.; GE Energy Services; Krause Power Engineering, LLC; McLaughlin Research Corporation; Safety & Compliance Services, Inc; and Wells Fargo Insurance Services.
Electrical safety training, STAT! Safety in the medical field is critical. Here's a list of several medical facilities we've helped across the globe.
Bayer, Cardinal Health, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Hunterdon Medical Center, Merck, Midwest Laboratories, Schering-Plough, Schott Pharmaceutical Packaging, St. Jude Children's Hospital, and St. Mary's University.
e-Hazard has worked with hundreds of petrochemical companies around the world. Here is a sample of companies we've been privileged to help.
Chevron Phillips Chemical; Dow Corning, Exxon Mobil; FujiFilm U.S.A., Inc.; Kinder Morgan; Marathon Oil; Quaker Chemical; Suncor Energy; Tesoro Golden Eagle Refinery; U.S. Amines; and Valero Refining Co (NJ).
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